|16 Apr 2014||#1|
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Where the html template for folders is located?
In Windows 2000/XP it was possible to display HTML content inside folders. I wonder whether such possibility remains in Win 7 and where the default template is located?
What I want to do is to restore the 3D borders around folder content as it was in Win95-XP. But my current hypothesis uis that starting from IE9 it does not display the bevelled border. In order the page to show the 3D border one has to add a tag
<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=8" >
So I want to add this tag to all folder views.
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